Markus Karlsson talks to Doctor Raghuram Rajann, chief economic advisor to the Indian government, professor at the University of Chicago and former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund. He gives his views on Indian growth, this as the country's economy has been sputtering.
At the 14th International Oil Summit in Paris, the head of OPEC, Abdullah al-Badri, tells France 24 that current oil prices are "comfortable" for both producers and consumers, claiming that the current price is high enough for producers to invest but not too high to hinder the world economy.
Markus Karlsson talks to Sharon Bowles. She is a Member of the European Parliament, and the chair of its Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee. She's been listed as one of the most influential regulators in the European Union. She gives us her reaction to the banking crisis in Cyprus.
Markus Karlsson talks to the ultimate working mother, Mrs Moneypenny. She is a businesswoman, a columnist for the Financial Times and a TV presenter. She has also written a series of books and her latest one is called "Careers Advice for Ambitious Women".
2012 was a year the European auto industry would probably like to forget. It's in that climate that car makers are getting together at the Geneva Motor Show - one of the premier events in the global car calendar. To discuss this and other issues, Markus Karlsson turns to Susan Docherty. She's the President of Chevrolet Europe.